The Journal of Scholarly Engagement (JSE) provides faculty with an academic outlet to document, share, and disseminate scholarship in Boyer’s domains/functions of discovery, teaching and learning, application and integration. JSE features empirically-based and theoretical research articles, community engagement portfolios, professional profiles, and reflective practice manuscripts for faculty research across the disciplines and within the community at large, with special emphasis given to scholarly engagement in the scholarship of teaching and learning, scholarship of application and the scholarship of integration. Manuscripts must be supported with scholarly evidence, grounded in the relevant literature of the chosen topic.
The goals of JSE are to:
- Promote scholarship in the domains/functions of scholarship of teaching and learning, application and integration.
- Foster dialogue concerning faculty involvement in scholarly activities.
- Enhance understanding of all of Boyer's four domains/functions: teaching and learning, application, integration, and discovery.
- Promote practical knowledge that can inform both research and practice.
This journal publishes twice a year (November and June) and accepts manuscripts for consideration on a rolling basis. The review process may take three or more months, depending upon the peer review timeline and number of submissions. Once the review process is complete, authors will receive a decision notification (accept, revise and resubmit, or reject). Please note manuscript assignment to a specific journal issue is at the discretion of the editorial staff. Authors will receive a second notification once a decision is made on the journal issue assignment.